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Soundings from The New York Review
by The New York Review of Books
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Conversations, debates, readings and more from the editors and writers of The New York Review of Books
Difficult Listening
by David M. Harris
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Poetry of Mary Szybist read and discussed by David M. Harris on Difficult Listening , WRFN, Radio Free Nashville.
Topics: poem, poet, poems
Community Audio
by Eric Tomb
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Eric Tomb speaks with short story master Deborah Eisenberg about her four volumes of stories and especially her recent Twilight of the Superheroes and with California Poet Laureate Al Young.
Topic: KVMR-FM Book Program
Podcasts
by PEN/Faulkner Foundation
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In Episode 49 of the PEN/Faulkner Podcast, we present Deborah Eisenberg with the PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in Short Fiction. Eisenberg reads here from the short story "Your Duck is My Duck."
Topics: deborah eisenberg, pen malamud
Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for Friday, January 25th, 2002 * The Law of the Fist: New York Police Vow to Crush Protests Against Theworld Economic Forum Cont'd * Brazil Gears Up for the World Social Forum * Singing to Break the Silence: A Conversation with Singer-Songwriter-Activist, Dar Williams * The Law of the Fist: New York Police Vow to Crush Protests Against the World Economic Forum
Topic: Democracy Now
Source: Radio/Television broadcast
Mirrortube
by Manu Guinarte
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Suzanne Vega Live at. Jacara Plató Madrid, 1989. From my VHS collection/del archivo VHS de MG. ------------ Concierto de Suzanne Vega en su máximo apogeo de popularidad. Desde la sala Jácara Plató Madrid, retransmitido por la recién creada tele autonómica madrileña, todavía en fase de pruebas (canal 52 de Torrespaña). Como se puede apreciar en algunos temas acústicos, las influencias New Age de Suzanne Vega son más que evidentes a la hora de pinzar las cuerdas de la guitarra, muy a...
Topics: Youtube, video, Music, suzanne vega 1989, suzanne vega live, suzanne vega live in spain, directo...
Community Audio
by Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice
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Readings and Talks Series 2018-2019. Introduction by Aminatta Forna.
Topics: poetry, non-fiction, creative writing
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
by Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice
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1998-1999 Readings and Talks Series. Introduction by David Gewanter.
Topics: poetry, Maggie Nelson, Jennifer Barber
Community Audio
by Eileen Myles
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Eileen Myles reads the essay Iceland from her book of essays, The Importance of being Iceland. This reading took place at Machine Project Los Angeles on Oct 7,2009
Topics: Eileen Myles, Iceland, Reading
MICA Mades Audio Collection, Decker Library, Maryland Institute College of Art
by Maryland Institute College of Art
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Alice Neel Lecture. From the MICA Mades Audio Cassette Collection.
Topics: Decker Library, Maryland Institute College of Art, MICA, Alice Neel, Painting
Source: MICA Mades Audio Cassette Collection, MICA Archives, Decker Library
Community Video
by Maryland Institute College of Art
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Alice Neel interview with Bonnie Printz, 1983. Camera 1. From the MICA Mades Moving Image Media Collection. 
Topics: Decker Library, Moving Image Media, MICA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Alice Neel, art lecture
Source: MICA Mades Moving Image Media, MICA Archives, Decker Library
MICA Mades Audio Collection, Decker Library, Maryland Institute College of Art
by Maryland Institute College of Art
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Alice Neel Lecture. From the MICA Mades Audio Cassette Collection.
Topics: Maryland Institute College of Art, Decker Library, Alice Neel, art lecture
Source: MICA Mades Audio Cassette Collection, MICA Archives, Decker Library
Politics and Prose Bookstore
by Politics & Prose
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Renata Adler talked about her book After the Tall Timber  during a visit to Politics & Prose in Washington, D.C.
Topics: Renata Adler, After the Tall Timber, Politics & Prose
Politics and Prose Bookstore
by Politics & Prose
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Daphne Merkin visited Politics & Prose to talk about her book This Close to Happy .
Topics: Daphne Merkin, Politics & Prose, This Close to Happy
The Charlie Rose Show
by PBS
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A report on barring of Ross Perot from presidential debates; O.J.'s civil trial.; Joan Didion; Charlie Haden.
Topics: Charlie Rose, David Birdsell, O.J. Simpson Civil Trial, Joan Didion, Charlie Haden
The Charlie Rose Show
by PBS
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NYC Deputy Mayor Bill Lynch on race; John Gregory Dunne and Joan Didion on life in L.A.; Frances Lear on her memoir "The Second Seduction."
Topics: Charlie Rose, Bill Lynch, Joan Didion, Didion and Dunne, Frances Lear
The Sound of Young America: The Collection
by Jesse Thorn and Maximum Fun
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Guests Blackalicious and David Rakoff. David Rakoff's humorous essays enliven PRI's This American Life; his new collection is "Don't Get Too Comfortable." The hip-hop duo Blackalicious having been holding down the California alternative hip-hop scene for more than ten years. Their new album is "The Craft."
Community Audio
by Politics and Prose
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This is an audio recording of David Rakoff speaking about his book, Half Empty, at Politics and Prose on September 23, 2010.
Topics: David Rakoff, Half Empty, Politics and Prose
Cratediggers
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Lili Watson reads from two essays by Joan Didion: 7000 Romaine Los Angeles 38, from Slouching Towards Bethlehem , and Holy Water, from the White Album Collections . Acoustic atmospherics from Three Dog Night, Donovan, Joni Mitchell, The Doors, Helen Reddy and more…
Topics: Joan Didion, Literature, Reading, Air Wave Based Studio Space, Emily Carr University, Vancouver,...
Regional Educational Television Network
by RETN
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Amy Hempel is the author of four collections of short stories which were published as  The Collected Stories  in 2006. This book was named one of the New York Times' Ten Best Books of the Year, was a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award, and won the Ambassador Book Award for Best Fiction of the year. She has also won, in the last two years, the Rea Award for the Short Story, the PEN/Malamud Award, and a United States Artists Fellowship, as well as an earlier Guggenheim Fellowship. Her stories...
Topics: books, literature, reading, writing, RETNVT, RETN, Burlington Book Festival 2010
Books to Borrow
by Li, Yiyun, 1972-
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"The following stories that appear in this work have been previously published: 'Kindness' was originally published in A Public Space; 'A man like him' and 'Gold boy, emerald girl' were originally published in The New Yorker; 'Prison' was originally published in Tin House; 'The proprietress' was originally published in Zoetrope: All-Story; 'House fire' was originally published in Granta; 'Number three, Garden Road' was originally published in Waving at the Gardner: The Asham Award...
Topic: Short stories, American
Community Audio
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Anne Carson Reading @Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House, NYU 02.02.2017 other works @poets.org
Topic: Anne Carson Poetry Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House NYU
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Claudia Rankine: Paumanok Lecture @Long Island City University 07.03.17 Introduced by and in conversation with Erica Hunt works @www.claudiarankine.com situations @vimeo 
Topic: Claudia Rankine Erica Hunt
Community Audio
by PEN/Faulkner Foundation
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Episode 46 features the 35 th  Annual PEN/Faulkner Award Ceremony & Reading, which was held at the Folger Shakespeare Library here in Washington, DC on May 2nd, 2015. The winner of this year’s award was Atticus Lish for his novel  Preparation for the Next Life ,  and the four finalists for the prize were: Jeffery Renard Allen  for his novel   Song of the Shank  Jennifer Clement  for her novel  Prayers for the Stolen  Emily St. John Mandel  for her novel  Station Eleven ...
Topics: pen faulkner, pen faulkner award, pen faulkner award fiction, pen faulkner folger, pen faulkner...
Politics and Prose Bookstore
by Politics & Prose
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Heidi Julavits stopped by Politics & Prose to talk about her book The Folded Clock.
Topics: Heidi Julavits, The Folded Clock, Politics & Prose
Easton, Massachusetts
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Jerold Walker, writer, professor, and African American author discusses and reads from his autographical book, "Street Shadows", which describes his growing up poor in a ghetto on the south side of Chicago where crime and drugs dominated the landscape.
Topics: Easton ma, African American author Jerald Walker, autographical book "Street Shadows",...
Citizen Radio Podcast
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Episode #70 It's a best-of show! Comic and activist Janeane Garofalo joins Citizen Radio to talk about the media, Republicans, feminism, and what makes her happy. Janeane talks about her own experience with crazy right-wing protesters, Wanda Sykes, censorship, and being an anti-war voice in the mainstream media. Though she's a proud liberal, Janeane also has a few harsh words for Barack Obama about his timidity in prosecuting Bush officials for war crimes, and his abandonment of the gay...
Citizen Radio Podcast
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Episode #234  Allison and Jamie will be back with new episodes of  Citizen Radio  later this week, but in the meantime, please enjoy this episode of  Citizen Radio  Live! with guests Matt Taibbi, Jeremy Scahill, Janeane Garofalo, and Jack Dishel.
The Sound of Young America: The Collection
by Jesse Thorn and Maximum Fun
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Janeane Garofalo is an actress and standup comic. She's currently a co-star on the FOX series 24, and is working the road as a standup as part of the "Satiristas."
Sojourner Kincaid Rolle Papers
by Rolle, Sojourner Kincaid
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Note : Program starts at 00:01:07 after color bars. Chroma shift to pink in a couple sections, inherent to original recording. Video break-up in the last couple minutes. Series Title : Outrageous Women Description : Author Kate Braverman talks about publishing and working class women. Source : 1 Tape of 1: 3/4 inch videotape Collection : Sojourner Kincaid Rolle Papers Call Number : V/1581 Rights : The artist of any work retains all rights to that work. Copyright has not been assigned to the...
Topics: californialightandsound, Santa Barbara (Calif.), Rolle, Sojourner Kincaid
University of Southern California, USC Libraries, Special Collections
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Note : Program contains blank areas between recorded material. Low audio levels as in original recording. Collection Guide : Peter Shneidre papers Rights : Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). In addition, its reproduction may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing and trademarks. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Transmission or...
Topics: californialightandsound, American poetry--20th century, Poets, American--20th century, Braverman,...
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Collection Guide : Peter Shneidre papers Rights : Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). In addition, its reproduction may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing and trademarks. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Transmission or reproduction of works protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written...
Topics: californialightandsound, American poetry--20th century, Poets, American--20th century, Braverman,...
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Community Audio
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Author of the Feral Angel, introduced by Dougald Hine at LLangollen, May 2010. A quarter of the way through, the sound system plays up. After much time and laughter, the audience gather round her in a circle to hear her speak on shapeshifting. Which was good.
Topics: feral angel, jay griffiths, wild, dark mountain, uncivilisation, llangollen, wales, dougald hine,...
The Royal Society for the Arts
by theRSA.org
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Acclaimed writer Jay Griffiths offers a passionate defence of childhood, and mourns the loss of its 'kith' - its unique time, space and place, in Western cultures. Listen to the podcast of the full event including audience Q&A: http://www.thersa.org/__data/assets/file/0011/1522694/20130516JayGriffiths.mp3 Follow the RSA on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thersaorg Like the RSA on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thersaorg Our events are made possible with the support of our Fellowship....
Topics: The RSA, England, London, Youtube, 2013
Community Audio
by Kansas City Public Library
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Award-winning novelist and short story writer Jim Shepard read from his works and dicussed his craft with Angela Elam of the New Letters on the Air radio program. This event took place on February 27, 2012 at the Plaza Branch.
Topics: Jim Shepard, Angela Elam, author, Writers at Work, You Think That's Bad, Kansas City Public...
Community Audio
by Nicole Eisenman
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Nicole Eisenman @poetryproject   on scale, public art, intimate space and recent works for Skulptur Projekte Münster . introduction by Simone White
Topics: Nicole Eisenman, Poetry Project, Simone White, Skulptur Projekte Münster, public art, geography,...
Community Audio
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On today's show we feature a heartfelt and poignant interview with Palestinian American poet Naomi Shihab Nye, and her father Aziz Shihab, discussing his return to Palestine and his book "Does the Land Remember Me?" The show was recorded June 2007 on a radio program called Deep In The Heart,that originated in San Antonio, Texas and was hosted by Ann Helmlke. But first, this bit of current news: One of the major stories following the elections in Israel was the election of 14 Arabs to...
Topics: Sherif Fam, Truth and Justice Radio, This Week In Palestine, John Roberts, Joint List Party, Aziz...
Politics and Prose Bookstore
by Politics and Prose
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Mary Gaitskill discusses her book  Somebody With A Little Hammer  at Politics and Prose in Washington, DC.
Topics: Politics and Prose, Mary Gaitskill, Somebody With A Little Hammer
Community Audio
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The Eggshell Parade brings you a reading and interview from writer Catherine Lacey. Catherine reads her short fiction piece "(Grew)," which appears in issue 12.3 of DIAGRAM.
Topics: Catherine Lacey, DIAGRAM, The Eggshell Parade
Chicago Access Network Television
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Roosevelt University hosts Elizabeth Loftus, University of California at Irvine, who discusses the impact of wrongful convictions. This program was recorded by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
Topics: legal, education
TED Talks
by TED.com
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Psychologist Elizabeth Loftus studies memories. More precisely, she studies false memories, when people either remember things that didn't happen or remember them differently from the way they really were. It's more common than you might think, and Loftus shares some startling stories and statistics, and raises some important ethical questions we should all remember to consider.
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Topics: TEDTalks, TED, Talks, memory, psychology, science, TEDGlobal 2013, 2013
Mirrortube
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How reliable is our memory? Can fake memories be planted through suggestion? Cognitive psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Loftus is an expert on memory who has served as an expert witness or consultant in hundreds of memory-related cases, including the famous McMartin preschool trial, the Rodney King trial, litigation involving Michael Jackson, Martha Stewart and others. She joins Seth Andrews for an exploration of memory and the human brain. Dr. Loftus' TED Talk: https://youtu.be/PB2OegI6wvI Dr....
Topics: Youtube, video, Education, atheist, atheism, The Thinking Atheist, Seth Andrews, Elizabeth Loftus,...
Community Audio
by Politics and Prose
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This is an audio recording of Julie Orringer speaking about her book, The Invisible Bridge, at Politics and Prose on March 18, 2011.
Topics: Julie Orringer, The Invisible Bridge, Politics and Prose
Regional Educational Television Network
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One of America’s most compelling and idiosyncratic poets, C.D. Wright ”belongs to a school of exactly one” (NY Times). Born and raised in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas, she is a radically restless writer, a composer of hybrid works such as Deepstep Come Shining and distilled lyric collections such as Tremble. Every title takes her further inside her subjects and extends the means and measure of her reach. Wright is concerned with a density of language, setting up a chain reaction using...
Topics: Burlington Book Festival, Poetry
Community Audio
by Charlotte Matthews, S.J. Rozen and Christine Schutt
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Charlotte Matthews, S.J. Rozen and Christine Schutt share their work.
Topics: Charlotte Matthews, S.J. Rozen, Christine Schutt, Hollins University, creative writing
Community Audio
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a collection of podcasts featuring David Rakoff, from 2005-2011
Topic: David Rakoff
Community Audio
by Lannan Center
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Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice Readings and Talks Series 2012-2013 Ben Lerner Seminar February 26, 2013 Introduction by Lannan Chair Dinaw Mengestu
Topics: Lannan Center, seminar, writer's talk, literature, prose, poetry
Community Audio
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JONI MITCHELL LIVE at the WELLS FARGO THEATER GENE AUTRY WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM Los Angeles, CA 26 January 1995 SBD (Pre-FM?) FLAC to MP3 LAME 3.98.2 using libsndfile 1.0.18pre22a parameters: --replaygain-accurate --strictly-enforce-ISO -b256 -q2 -h -V 0 --vbr-new "Part of the thrill of seeing Joni Mitchell in concert in 1995 is simply getting the chance to see her at all. While Mitchell's made a few one-off appearances in recent years, she hasn't toured in more than a decade. Wired for a...
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Topics: "Joni Mitchell", "Well Fargo Theater", "Gene Autry Western Heritage...
Community Audio
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Author Deb Olin Unferth discussed her new memoir about the year she spent in Central America looking for a revolution to help âfoment.â In 1987, Unferth followed her boyfriend George as he headed south of the border in search of ârevolution jobs.â Despite their earnest commitment to revolutionary causes, the couple found themselves unwanted, unhelpful, and unprepared for life in Central America. This event occurred at the Central Library of the Kansas City Public Library on March 2, 2011.
Topics: Deb Onlin Unferth, author, revolution, Central America, events, Kansas City Public Library
UC Berkeley Webcast Videos
by Li-Young Lee; Mary Ruefle; Luis Rodriguez; Cornelius Eady; Al Young; Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Mei-mei Berssenbrugge; Joanne Kyger; Aftab Ahmad; Ben Braun; Janet Broughton; Rabih Alameddine; David Sheff; Rachel Zolf; Kenneth Irby; Indigo Moor; Laurie R. King; Adelle Foley; Albert Gelpi; George Hart; Jack Foley; Jennifer Dorner; Kit Robinson; Lyn Hejinian; Michael Davidson; Norma Cole; Rebecca Gaydos; Richard Eigner; Robert Grenier; Robert Hass; Pireeni Sundaralingam; Ravi Chandra; E. Bond Francisco; Summi Kaipa; Swati Rana; Tanuja Mehrotra; Gene Yang; Camille T. Dungy; Chris Adrian; Troung Tran; Yiyun Li; Carl Dennis; Richard Tillinghast; Cecil Giscombe; Geoffrey G. O'Brien; Kimiko Hahn; Lucia Jacobs; Kathleen McCarthy; Paul Parish; Kay Richards; Michael Chabon; Vikram Chandra; Daniel Mason; Jessica Fisher; Melanie Abrams; Tom Pickard; Hillary Gravendyk; Ilya Kaminsk; Bharati Mukherjee; Clark Blaise; Cornelia Nixon; Tracy K. Smith; Sylvia Brownrigg; Tomaz Salamun; Ann Lauterbach; Judith Freeman; Rob Fitterman; Gary Snyder; Ab Spellman; ZZ Packer; Robert Haas; Michael Ondaatje; Jeongrye Choi; Young Mi Choi; Hyesoon Kim; Ra Hee-duk; Chung-hee Moon; Cathy Hong; Suji Kwok; Sandra Lim; Myung Mi Kim; Yvonne Acosta; Natasha Arora; Joe Bush; Joe Cadora's; Jeremy Graves; Alani Hicks-Bartlett; Pamela Krayenbuhl; Steven Lance; Ashley Lystne; Matt Melnicki; Gillian Osborne; Tara Phillips; Yehonatan Sella; Emma Shaw-Crane; Lijia Xie; Cyrus Console; Ariana Reines; Geoff Bouvier; Graham Foust; Alan Bernheimer; Jane Gregory; Richard Moore; Mary Roach; Brenda Coultas; Wayde Compton; Dan Bellm; Daniel Alarcón; Brenda Hillman; Charity Ketz; John Matthias; Mary Karr; Dan Rather; Joe Epstein; Orville Schell; Phil Bronstein; Natasha Tretheway; Sara Houghteling; Bruce Andrews; Simona Schneider; Maxine Hong Kingston; Lisa Chen; Amiri Baraka; Michelle Richmond; Oni Buchanan; Sasha-Mae Eccleston; jaap veezman; kader abdolah; Helene Cixous; Elizabeth Farnsworth; Khaled Hosseini; Mathew Zapruder
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UC Berkeley special events, interviews, and lectures featuring distinguished faculty and guests. To view these events as webcasts visit webcast.berkeley.edu. Full course lectures available, too. Li-Young Lee Li-Young Lee's collections of poems include The City in Which I Love You and Book of My Nights . In his poetry he explores a range of subjects, from his family's immigrant experiences to the haunting meditations of his most recent work. "His poems are made from his life with his life;...
Topics: UC Berkeley, Berkeley, Cal, webcast.berkeley, iTunes U, Literature, Education, Business,...
Community Audio
by C.D. Wright
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The Poet C.D. Wright reads her poetry aloud at Hollins University's Jackson Center for Creative Writing.
Topics: poetry, creative writing, Hollins MFA, literature, C.D. Wright
Podcasts
by PEN/Faulkner Foundation
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Since 1925, the storied literary and cultural journal Virginia Quarterly Review has been publishing thought-provoking works of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and journalism. Episode 35 of the PEN/Faulkner podcast features a collaborative event between PEN/Faulkner and VQR: "A Storied Future: Emerging Writers of the Virginia Quarterly Review ." Listen here to a moderated conversation between Ann Beattie and four gifted writers —  Tope Folarin ,  Onyinhe Ihezukwu ,  Greg Jackson ,...
Topics: pen faulkner, virginia quarterly review, tope folarin, ann beattie, onyinye ihezukwu, greg jackson,...
Brattleboro Community TV
by Brattleboro Community Television
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The Brattleboro Literary Festival 2015 last lecture at Brooks Memorial Library futured author Ann Beattie. Ms. Beattie is the author of seven novels and eight short story collections. Here Ann Beattie reads and discusses her last short stories collection "The State We're In"
Topics: Vermont, Brattleboro, BCTV, Public Access TV, Community Media, PEG, Youtube, 2016
Community Audio
by Kansas City Public Library
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Poet C.D. Wright joins a panel of poetry faculty from the University of Missouri-Kansas City for a discussion of her work and the art of writing poetry. This event took place on Wednesday, March 11, at the Central Library, 14 W. 10th St., Kansas City, MO.
Topics: C.D. Wright, poet, poetry, kansas city public library
Community Audio
by Alice Notley
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Alice Notley @harvard, introduced by Fanny Howe, April 12, 2017 yes 41dayslater@ArtistsSpace Fanny   5monthslater@Pratt Alice  
Topics: Alice Notley, Fanny Howe, Poetry, Certain Magical Acts
Community Audio
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Renata Adler in conversation with Chris Lydon for Open Source
Topics: politics, history, vietnam, watergate, culture, david foster wallace
Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums
by Original Broadway Cast
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EDWARD ALBEE: Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? Original Broadway Cast Martha - Uta Hagen George - Arthur Hill Nick - George Grizzard Honey - Melinda Dillon Directed by Alan Schneider Produced for records by Goddard Lieberson Recorded in 1963 Digital transfer by F. Reeder
Topics: Edward Albee, Uta Hagen, spoken
Community Audio
by Lannan Center
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Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice Readings and Talks Series 2013-2014 Ben Lerner Seminar March 4, 2014 Introduction by Lannan Chair Dinaw Mengestu.
Topics: lannan center, seminar, experimental fiction, ben marcus, writing, prose, fiction
Weston Media Center
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Friends of the WPL sponsored author Jessica Treadway. Her most recent work - a suspense thriller "Lacy Eye"
Topics: Massachusetts, Weston, Public Access TV, Community Media, PEG, Vimeo, Friends of WPL, Author,...
Chicago Access Network Television
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The Poetry Foundation presents a reading by Rae Armantrout. The program was produced by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
Topic: Rae Armantrout
Pop Up Archive
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Topic: Chatting Up a Storm
Community Audio
by PEN/Faulkner Foundation
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PEN/Faulkner Leslie Jamison & Mitchell S. Jackson Reading
Topic: PEN/Faulkner
Podcasts
by PEN/Faulkner Foundation
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Is truth stranger than fiction? Award-winning short story writer  Claire Vaye Watkins  and acclaimed novelist  Ruth Ozeki  read from their work and explore the fine line between real and imagined experience.
Topics: pen faulkner, pen faulkner podcast, folger theater, ruth ozeki, claire vaye watkins, battleborn,...
The Laura Flanders Show
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Live @ Noon: http://grittv.org Grit TV with Laura Flanders brings participatory democracy onto your computer screen and into your living room, bridging the gap between audience and advocates. Watch Full Shows: http://grittv.org
Topics: New York, New York, The Laura Flanders Show, Youtube, grit, grittv, grit tv, laura flanders,...
The Laura Flanders Show
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GRITtv with Laura Flanders brings participatory democracy onto your computer screen and into your living room, bridging the gap between audience and advocates. Watch any show, at any time: http://grittv.org
Topics: New York, New York, The Laura Flanders Show, Youtube, grit tv, grittv, Janeane Garofalo, Kai...
Cratediggers
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...a conversation with Yuliya Lanina about her current exhibit at Black Box gallery. We hear about the inspiration for her art and her collaboration with Music Composers, Writers and Poets as well as the process of creating the Musical articulating sculptures. Lisa Olstein speaks about the Art of Writing, and reads a poem she wrote inspired by Yuliya's Art Music box. feel free to visit Yuliy's site for more info ~> ( YuliyaLanina.com ) and Black Box gallery...
Topics: Yuliya Lanina, Artist, Austin, Painting, Music box, Once upon a time, Russian farytales, Black box...
Chicago Access Network Television
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The Hyde Park Art Center hosts a reading that features Patrick Durgin and Jenny Boully. This program was produced by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
Topics: Patrick Durgin, Jenny Boully